Pure water with ZeroWater

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Drinking pure water is not always easy. Between the old pipes and the questionable quality of some tap water, we often prefer bottled water. But all these accumulated bottles are very harmful for the environment, from their production to their transportation, refrigeration and disposal. As for their cost, it is also high since we must continually renew them.

To counter this problem, several water filtration systems are now available, like ZeroWater, an American company based in Philadelphia. Its main feature compared to other brands? ZeroWater removes 99.63% of all total dissolved solids based on EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certified lab tests, measuring 000 ppm on a digital water meter due to its exclusive 5 stage ion exchange filter technology.

ZeroWater

How to use it?

-Fill the reservoir with cold tap water after fixing the filter into bottom

-Allow water to pass through the filter before filling again

-Pour the filtered water into a cup of glass and use the indicator/TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) meter

Our opinion:

The filtered water with ZeroWater indicates 0, while it indicates 60 directly from the tap of our home. Its taste is neutral. The ZeroWater filtration system therefore keeps its promises by completely removing dissolved solids from the water. In doing so, it also reduced all minerals. As for the price, even if the filter has to be changed regularly, the use of such a system is less expensive than buying bottled water (between 20-40$ the pitcher and 10-15$ the filter). For people living in contaminated areas without access to safe tap water it’s a nice guarantee to finally enjoy pure water!

Available in Canada and USA

Nathalie

Nathalie is the editor and founder of "Doux You Love Me". When she’s not travelling the world to find special places for her travel blog "Une Porte Sur Deux Continents", she’s very happy to simply be at home in Canada, enjoying the pleasures of cocooning.

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